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Legislative Memos

Memorandum in Opposition - S.7006-A (May) / A.7768-A (Kelles)

IPPNY opposes S.7006-A (May) / A.7768-A (Kelles). This legislation is unclear and could have broader unintended consequences.

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Legislative Memos

Memorandum in Opposition - A.6251-B (Carroll) similar to S.4378-B (Brisport)

IPPNY opposes A.6251-B (Carroll) similar to S.4378-B (Brisport). This legislation could have major negative consequences for electric system reliability. The bill would require owners and operators of peaker plants located in, or adjacent to, disadvantaged communities, primarily in New York City, to submit a compliance plan at the time of renewal of a Title V air permit from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to specify how the facility will be converted to operate using renewable energy or battery energy storage in five years. If a facility is needed for reliability and a replacement with a renewable energy system or energy storage is infeasible, there can be only one five-year extension of the deadline for replacement. The DEC cannot approve a permit for a facility that does not comply with the plan.

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Press Releases

FERC’s Acceptance of NYISO’s Proposed Tariff Revisions Ensures State’s Clean Energy Goals Will be Met Efficiently and Reliably

Yesterday evening, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued an order accepting the New York Independent System Operator, Inc.’s (NYISO) proposed tariff revisions to exempt State-supported clean energy resources from the NYISO’s buyer-side market power mitigation measures (BSM Rules), improve the valuation of resources’ installed capacity contributions to resource adequacy through a marginal capacity accreditation market design, and enhance the procedures for defining installed capacity demand curves to better reflect a rapidly changing resource mix.

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